Unless you feel a connect with repeat champions, it is difficult to be excited by their continued success
Celebrating young Amir and van Schoor, and contemplating the ...
Players must inhabit socio-political spaces – even if it's just a ...
The legends of the game might be peddling nostalgia, but if you choose ...
It may not be feasible to always give legends a farewell match, but a testimonial or benefit can surely be arranged
Fines don’t really mean anything in this day and age; an IPL ban might be more compelling deterrent
The footballer in the 1980s was a colossus who provided quality on the pitch, the cricketer today is a throwback to a bygone era
India’s limited-overs captain is far from finished; if anything, he is merely a victim of his own standards
The dominant force of yesteryear has now badly fallen from grace, both on and off the field
The sight of substitute fielders running onto the field is one cricket can do without, until the laws are changed
An outsider who brought big-ticket cricket to the City of Joy, he was a wonderful man-manager too
Touted as the all-round option India were looking for, a promising career was cruelly nipped in the bud by injuries